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June

07
Detroit Tigers place RHP Michael Fulmer on 10-day IL with shoulder injury

The Detroit Tigers placed right-hander Michael Fulmer on the 10-day injured list Sunday with a right shoulder strain. The 28-year-old Fulmer hasn’t appeared in a big league game since May 30, and the IL move was made retroactive to Thursday. “We’re very cognizant of his injury history and also just the difficulty in the pandemic year to this year,” manager A.J. Hinch stated. “And so we almost have to react this way in order to protect him and in order to protect us and give him a little blow. I mean that’s really what we view this as.” The Tigers also activated right-hander José Ureña from […]

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June

04
Moncada, Lamb homer as White Sox beat Tigers 4-1

Yoán Moncada and Jake Lamb hit two of Chicago’s four home runs to back Lance Lynn, Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa closed in on John McGraw for second on baseball’s career wins list, and the White Sox defeated the Detroit Tigers 4-1 on Thursday night. Moncada and Lynn connected in the first two innings as Chicago grabbed a 2-0 lead. Yasmani Grandal made it 3-1 with a 457-foot drive to right-center against Casey Mize. Tim Anderson added a solo shot in the eighth off Daniel Norris. La Russa picked up career triumph No. 2,762 to move within one of McGraw, and the White Sox won for the eighth time […]

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June

03
How safe is a Bitcoin casino?

In the last few years, cryptocurrency has come out of the shades and have become a global powerhouse. In fact, it has become so popular that the number of Bitcoin casino operations has increased radically in recent times. Punters these days have started understanding the advantages they can enjoy with Bitcoin in comparison to conventional currencies. Thus, they are using it to enjoy the benefit it has to offer. Nevertheless, some gamblers have been concerned that cryptocurrency or Bitcoin casino might not be safe. Importance of safety while gambling For gamblers, unscrupulous online casino operators are a part and parcel […]

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June

02
Frazier’s 11th-inning HR lifts slumping Yankees over Rays

Clint Frazier hit a game-ending, two-run homer with two outs in the 11th inning after making a game-saving catch in the eighth, and the slumping New York Yankees defeat the rival Tampa Bay Rays 5-3 Tuesday night. The righty-hitting Frazier turned on a slider from right-hander Andrew Kittredge (5-1) and stood at the plate to admire the drive, capping a tight finish in which both teams came up short on potential rallies. One of those stalled efforts came in the eighth, when Frazier dove and needed every inch of his mitt to catch Joey Wendle’s soft-hit liner to strand two. New York ended a four-game slide and […]

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June

01
Crazy Beautiful Finds Kentucky Oaks Redemption In Summertime Oaks At Santa Anita

Kentucky-based Crazy Beautiful made amends for a disappointing effort in the Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks as she rallied three-wide turning for home en route to a 1 ¾-length victory in Sunday’s G2, $200,000 Summertime Oaks at Santa Anita in Arcadia, Calif. Trained by Ken McPeek, ridden by Mike Smith and saddled today by locally based trainer Karen Headley, Crazy Beautiful got 1 1/16 miles in 1:43.85. Last after the first half mile, about three lengths off speedy Lady Aces, Smith saved ground at the rail around the far turn and permitted his filly to idle a bit as longshot Plum […]

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May

31
Mitchell scores 29 points, Jazz beat Grizzlies for 2-1 lead

Donovan Mitchell says he’s working his way back to his All-Star level. To the rest of the Utah Jazz, he looks just like himself. Mitchell scored 10 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter and the top-seeded Utah Jazz beat the Memphis Grizzlies 121-111 on Saturday night to take a 2-1 lead in the first-round playoff series. “Donovan was Donovan down the stretch,” Jazz guard Mike Conley said. This was the second match back for Mitchell, who missed the final 16 games of the regular season and the first game in this series with a sprained right ankle. He was a bit more stoic […]

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May

28
Manoah dominates to win debut, Blue Jays split DH with Yanks

A poised and confident Alek Manoah dominated the Yankees with six innings of two-hit ball to win his major league debut, and the Toronto Blue Jays defeated New York 2-0 on Thursday in a doubleheader opener. New York rebounded to win the second game 5-3 behind Aaron Judge’s tying, two-run homer in the third inning off Robbie Ray and Gary Sánchez’s go-ahead solo drive in the fourth. Marcus Semien and Bo Bichette hit back-to-back homers in the third inning off Domingo Germán (4-3) in the makeup of Wednesday night’s rainout. Bichette provided a 3-1 lead in the second match with a three-run homer, but New York beat Toronto for […]

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May

27
Do Live Dealer Casinos Cheat at Blackjack?

Live dealer blackjack has become one of the most popular ways to play this game. It lets you to enjoy brick and mortar-style blackjack from the comforts of your own home. Assuming you can’t make it to a land-based casino, then live blackjack is the next best thing. However, it can also raise concerns about the dealer cheating. The concept of blackjack dealers cheating is not new. In fact, one live dealer studio was actually caught ripping players off! You don’t typically need to worry about blackjack dealers cheating in live dealer or land-based casinos. After all, many gaming establishments […]

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May

26
Rays’ 11-game win streak ends, fall to Keller, Royals 2-1

The Tampa Bay Rays’ 11-game winning streak came to an end Tuesday night when Brad Keller pitched seven strong innings and Salvador Perez hit a tiebreaking RBI single to give the Kansas City Royals a 2-1 triumph. Rich Hill struck out a career-high 13 for the Rays. Tampa Bay’s winning string was the second-longest in club history, one shy of the record set in 2004 by the then-Devil Rays managed by Lou Piniella. “We had a great run,”Hill said. “We’ll start another one tomorrow.” Tampa Bay center fielder Kevin Kiermaier called the stretch “incredible.” “I think we were all waiting for, not necessarily an 11-game win streak, but to kind […]

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May

25
Other Than Medina Spirit, Oaks, Derby Day Horses Clear

While the racing world awaits split sample testing and results for Medina Spirit , all of the other horses tested from this year’s Kentucky Oaks and Derby day cards at Churchill Downs have passed preliminary testing. According to experts, the fact that all other horses passed their post-race test reduces the likelihood that contamination factored in the post-race finding of would-be Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve (G1) winner Medina Spirit. That triumph is in question, pending testing of the split sample, as trainer Bob Baffert revealed May 9 that Medina Spirit tested positive for the corticosteroid betamethasone in the initial post-race test. Based on […]

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